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Don Mueang readiness decried

Korean carrier cites facility shortcomings

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Contrary to what Thai authorities claim, Don Mueang airport appears not yet ready to resume international flights, as the South Korean budget carrier T'way Airlines says the problems it encountered has prompted it to halt service there. 

Passengers wait in Don Mueang’s Terminal 2 yesterday. South Korea’s T’way Airlines has halted operations out of Bangkok’s original airport.

T'way, which said it was bombarded by "uncountable" complaints from Thai and foreign passengers alike, blasted Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) and Thai officials related to airport operations for failing to provide sufficient service and facilities to support international flights through Bangkok's old airport.

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